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Sunday Night Unplugged to feature Jason Rose and Denise Chaney

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature Jason Rose and Denise Chaney

Perhaps over the past few weeks, as we have entered into the new year, you have read articles on Facebook or in magazines, or heard on the radio people espousing…

Kids’ improv class registration now open

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Registration for the Whatchamawhozit’s improv class is now open. Class starts after school on Jan. 30 at the Pagosa Springs Center for the…

Pagosa Pathfinders to hold informational meeting

By Boyd Anderson Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Pathfinders will hold an informational meeting for 2015 activities in the CSU Extension building at the fairgrounds on Jan. 11 at…

Surely, you’re not one of those?

Blow me away with a feather. I was talking to a friend about a book she was reading about introverts. She said that she was talking to someone about being…

‘Lend Me a Tenor’ to open Jan. 9

‘Lend Me a Tenor’ to open Jan. 9

By R. Eli Townsend Special to The PREVIEW You want a few laughs, a pleasant evening of light comedic diversion? Get yourself over to the Pagosa Springs Center for the…

‘Phantom’ rescheduled again

By Dale Johnson Special to The SUN The phantom from “Phantom of the Opera” has been weaving his “mysterious” craft through Pagosa, as Curtains Up Pagosa announces another reschedule for…

Auditions set for ‘Aladdin’

By Dale Johnson Special to The SUN Over the past few years, the young actors of the Pagosa Springs High School drama program have brought some fantastic shows to our…

‘Shrek’ auditions set for Jan. 7

By Dale Johnson Special to The SUN Curtains Up Pagosa is beginning preparations for its summer production of “Shrek the Musical.” Auditions for any college students in town for their…

‘Tenor’ hits all the right notes

‘Tenor’ hits all the right notes

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company is continuing its tradition of side-splitting comedy to start the new year with playwright Ken Ludwig’s most popular title, “Lend…

Center for the Arts to host New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts has a well-earned reputation of transporting people who walk though the doors into other worlds. Worlds…